1751 offers seasonally inspired menus featuring the highest quality seafood and meats available from the local Gulf coast and beyond. Our full raw bar features several different varieties of oysters and rare delicacies such as and O-toro fatty tuna, Uni, and Imperial Golden Ossetra caviar when available. There is something for every diner — from a traditional dining experience with simply prepared fish to a multi-course experience of shareable small plates. One of the best Happy Hour destinations in town; Tuesday -Friday from 4:00p.m to 6:00p.m. and Bivalves & Bubbles from 4:00p.m-5:00p.m. on Saturday’s
Our name is a nod to the Gin Act of 1751, an ode to our vast assortment of over 215 different gins and our pride in being Houston’s premier gin bar. Enjoy one of our hand-crafted specialty cocktails or gin and tonics in our inviting lounge or with a few small plates at our large community table.
- Adrian Cuneo,General Manager
Graduate of the University of Houston in business marketing, Adrian got the hospitality bug early in his career. As a Houston hospitality industry veteran with 25 plus years’ experience, he has worked with some of the most respected restaurateurs in the city. Experienced and knowledgeable as the wine buyer for 1751, Adrian enjoys finding unique wine varietals and wineries from around the world at a price point that makes it easy for everyone to enjoy their favorite bottle. Ask Adrian for that superb glass or great bottle to enjoy with your meal.
- Matthew Young,Executive Chef
After attending Culinary Institute of America, Young was in Denver at steakhouse Guard & Grace before heading to San Francisco to work at the acclaimed one-star Michael Mina. He then headed to Chicago where he was at Michelin three-star restaurant, Alinea. Young has been in Houston since 2019 where he has spent time at both Guard & Grace and most recently at Sixty Vines. Young brings more than 7 years of experience at Michelin star and fine dining restaurants.